As A-list internet conservatives lost interest in Parler, the site became a haven for conspiracy theorists. On Tuesday, a list of suggested topics on Parler included “#Pizzagate,” the conspiracy theory that has inspired two violent attacks on a Washington pizzeria. Promoters of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which imagines Donald Trump violently purging his enemies in the Democratic Party, have flocked to the site.

When the election season hit its stretch run and conservative media began pushing lewd and potentially incriminating emails from Hunter Biden, Parler became a natural repository for those doing the pushing.

GNews, a Chinese-language website tied to billionaire Chinese dissident and Steve Bannon patron Guo Wengui, has posted the images for days. But they’ve struggled to get traction with the major social media outlets, with Twitter automatically issuing temporary suspensions for accounts that link to some GNews stories, citing rules against revenge porn. So GNews urged its fans to take the images to Parler.

“Fellow fighters are switching to new battlefield (sic) of platforms like Parler and Gab,” a Tuesday article on GNews read.